Lego collaborates with Guerrilla Games on a Forbidden horizon west Set, which transforms oversized wild and toy robotic dinosaurs into a new form, LEGO.
The 1,222-piece set includes a minifigure of Aloy (of course), along with a brick-built version that looks like a velociraptor. Foreman Robots along with the star of the group: A Huge Tallneck Machine It measures 13 and a half inches long. Lego notes that they have created a new, customized headpiece for Aloy that includes it Focus Supplementas well as creating a Lego version of her spear (unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be a bow included.)
the horizon’Layered, armor-clad robots translate well to Lego, which makes sense, given the game’s modular approach to design that encourages players to dismantle their robotic enemies piece by piece in combat. Right now, the two companies have only announced the single model, but it’s easy to imagine Lego and Guerrilla working together on additional business. horizon Robots of the future (the iconic Thunderjaw inspired by the T-rex or forbidden westBoth new Tremortusk seem to be ideal candidates.)
the Forbidden horizon west Set marks Lego’s latest foray into video game-inspired projects, which also include Interactive Super Mario CollectionsIt Green Hill area was recently designated by sonic the hedgehoga (Currently paused) Note and watch cooperationand – appropriately – cooperates with Likewise plump Maine Craft.
Unfortunately, fans eager to add a Lego-building break to any Horizon Forbidden West marathon this weekend will have to wait a while: while the game comes out on February 18th, horizon The Lego set won’t be available until May for $79.99.
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